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Was looking through my old photos and found some that kinda intrigued me.

There is obviously a cage on the foreground but it looks like it has been blurred so much that it has become invisible.

What settings would make such an effect show up?

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Here's one with the bars still somewhat visible

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>>2732246
Wide open aperture for a shallow depth of field.

Need a good lens or else it can get really glowy and undefined.

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Just whipped this together. Got any tips to make these better?

It's OC. Share yours!
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No one has anything to contribute?
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>>2732034
why is this as noisy ?

also what's the point

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New to/p/ but my girlfriend just got this camera from her grandmother,and I was wondering if anybody could tell me more about it. What is it, when was it made, etc.

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Minolta autocord. Looks like the one you have is missing the name plate which flips down over the lightmeter.
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>>2731671
Thanks! Looks like a later model from what I can tell

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Got a new canon powershot sx50 for crimbus, any opinions on the camera from an experienced photographer
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>>2731562
bridge cameras are shit, but if you're good, you can still take okay photos in good light, with a great subject
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>>2731562
You will need a bunch of film canisters for it. Also be careful not to expose the mirrors to direct sunlight.
It's an okay camera if you learn to properly use it.
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>>2731563
this

waste of money imo OP

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So I got one of these Konstrucktor DIY film
cameras

Great little build, very excited to use it but I've only ever used a DSLR.

Any advice for a film novice.??


Also anyone have one of these cameras and whats your opinion or share some shots

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>>2731548
I got one for christmas as well
It's a fun little toy

One problem I've had was that the film counter doesn't work properly and it seems to tear the sprocket holes.

Anyways I wouldn't use this for any serious shots, maybe at a party or something. Take fun pictures and then print them out and hand it to people the day after or something.
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>>2731548
They're great for decoration. Not for taking pictures. The point of the Konstruktor is to be entertaining when you're building it, not to actually be a functional camera.

Buy a cheap Zenit for $5 and have some fun shooting.
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>>2731560

Thats interesting cause my film is winding fine without tearing. Yeah i cant see myself using this over my Nikon

>>2731734
Yeah I couldn't imagine a build your own film camera would come close to a factory built cam. But was fun to build

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Why do we not have recurring technique discussion threads when we have gear threads and recent photo threads?

To start out, I am happy today because I managed to take a photo @ 1/15 shutter speed and 200mm focal length hand-held that wasn't just blurred out. Trying to improve the steadiness of my hand. The lens did have VR, but Nikon's only accounts for 3 stops... so it's way below the recommended minimum for that focal length. I found out that each lens has to be held differently to be stable enough for the VR to make any difference in a situation like that. This opens a door to a whole new realm of practicing my hand.

Now it's your turn. Let's discuss techniques, both for shooting and post-processing.

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a good rule is 1/focal length as your handheld shutter speed )before lens stability comes into play)

so, a 100mm lens should be handheld at 1/100s shutter speed minimum, unless you're pretty steady. This is really helpful.
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>>2731238
That is true. What I am practicing now is my ability to take sharp still images below that limit hand-held, mostly without any movement in them. As you said, "unless you're pretty steady"... well, I want to become pretty steady.

I think it's a good kind of self-torture that also benefits me in times when I do have enough light to stay above them. Nothing worse than a shaky photographer.

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Hi, I was cleaning stuff around the house and I found a Kodak Star 110. I have no idea how it works but I want to know where I can find film for it. Thanks.
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http://shop.lomography.com/en/films/110-film/lomography-b-w-orca-100-iso-110

took 5 seconds to google
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>>2731225
/thread
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>>2731210

a 110 cam was like the first camera I owned and boy did that camera suck

>mfw i wanted to buy this one because it was pretty cheap
>but didnt because the cover is horrendous

why a cover like that is allowed at all? in a book of art, of all things.
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Taschen makes much better photography book mate. Just grab something else.
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The autism is strong in this one

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Alright, im a 4 year vet who shoots with a 60d, some decent to good glass, i shoot people for newpapers and realty....

I have to over compensate on my 430ex flash with a gary fong diffuser to make up for the poor iso performance....

I need more iso so i can go lighter on the flash...

The 7d mark 2 and the 6d are the same price, Is a full frame sensor able to capture available natural light better then an apc?

I only have one l series lens and a lot of lenses that the 6d cant use so im leaning to the 7d mark 2 right now.... however, if full frame sensors are better and capture more accurately, should i go with a 6d then?

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>>2730861
how hard is it to look it up yourself?
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Obviously the 6d is a better long term investment, significantly better in low light too.
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Sounds like you need to get yourself some fast prime glass, or learn to use your flash off camera. ISO performance should be a last resort fix, when comparing to benefits of more/different light setups, or wider apertures.

If you want to buy a new body for low light, then get the 6D. I can shoot mine at 25600 and it looks like a crop camera's 3200. 6400 on the 6D is as usable as 800 on most crop cameras.

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toast photos in this bread

read the sticky and resize ur shitsnapps

last one >>2725154

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Haven't been here for 5 years. Can't believe this shit is still fucking up p.
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>>2730658
>in p
>in rpt
>has no p

here, have a cropped pp

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>>2730660
We already have a RPT that's like 150 posts deep. Look before you post tripfag

>>2728886

how do you do this cold and contrasty-silvery feel in photoshop?

i know this is a vsco preset, but i want to know what goes on behind the scenes, so to say?

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Lower colour temp in w/b
Lower reds in colour mixer
Not being definition of autism
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>>2730650
the whites are slightly yellow though...
you dont get that by lowering temp in wb
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>>2730648

make the blues cyan. it fixes everything.

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Hi /p/ stupid question incoming:

Is there an adapter to use a micro four thirds lens on an old four thirds body?
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Why not google it or ask in the stupid question thread?
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>>2730611

This post should help.
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>>2730611
you can't adapt a smaller flange back distance to a larger one. at least not without horrible lense lensing.

I want to do a documentary project on industry in my city. How does one get access to the locations and people I need? I feel like I'd just get laughed at if I called up companies asking for access to their plants for a personal photography project. I've thought about just driving down to the industrial area and taking photos from outside/talking to people, but I don't know how well that will work.

Very much inspired by Salgado's Workers and want to do a (much smaller) project in that vein.

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How did Salgado get his fucking tones?

To answer your question OP, just ask the construction companies if you can be a visitor to for your "documentary project"

Construction sites get visitors all the time. You'd get a hard hat, you take your pictures, then you leave. nbd. Worst that happens is they say no. They may say no for a variety of reasons. But I doubt you'll get "laughed at" so stop being a scardey cat and just ask!

Or you can walk around and get close to street workers and take pics. Not a big deal. Dress like a tourist....
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Boys, I'm buying a G7. I am going to be doing some video projects next year. Is the 14-42mm kit lens good enough for general tomfoolery until I save up for some GOAT crisp primes?

I mean, even the so-so image of the kit lens will be 10x better than the cheapo camcorder I have now, right?

Or should I get the body only and get a different zoom lens?

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It's fine yeah, there's no point getting the 14-140 and the only constant aperture zooms are the 12-35 and the 12-40, which, whilst a he'll of a lot better are a fair whack more money
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>>2730568
>Is the 14-42mm kit lens good enough for general tomfoolery

Yes it is but don't expect any miracles from it. The 14-42 is a cheap kit lens which can be outperformed quite easily.

be sure to get that ultrasharp 20mm f1.7 pancake lens. It's a beast.

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Help me /p/!

So I have been in this huge pickle on what new camera body to get and after watching all the different review videos and comparing specs, I am turning here for help.

So, I shoot a lot of model photography (Mostly in low light scenes) as well as a lot of low light photography overall, so everyone is pointing me to the Sony A7 series of cameras or various Cannon/Nikkon, now I also do a ton of sport video/ short filmaking and I am looking for a camera that does some decent slow motion/low light video as well (4k would be nice to have but not necessary)

So...
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>>2730458
OP here again, forgot to mention by budget is arround 5000$ (Lenses + Acc Included)
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Sony a7rii?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6kSMd78oTU&t=12m27s

Crop mode video is on par with the a7s in low light but only goes up to 25,600 ISO.

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